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Responsibility Statements: Develops a positive user experience by researching and analyzing user needs and working methods. Designs architectural schemes, information structure, functionality, and user-interface design. Translates user behavior into media structure and elements. Prepares paper and interactive prototypes and mockups. Develops usability test plans. Evaluates data or documentation against regulatory, internal, and business compliance. Contributes to information architecture and organization success by welcoming related, different, and new requests. Helps others accomplish job results. Ensures operational compliance and provides guidance to others in specific areas of expertise. Orients, trains, assigns and coaches employees to complete informational architecture projects. Meets information architecture cost standards by monitoring expenses and implementing cost-saving actions. Performs other duties as assigned. Complies with all policies and standards.
Job Track Description: Requires formal education and expertise in a professional, sales, or technical area. Performs technical-based activities. Contributes to and manages projects. Uses deductive reasoning to solve problems and make recommendations. Interfaces with and influences key stakeholders. Leverages previous knowledge and expertise to achieve results. Ability to complete work self-guided. A college or university degree required. General Profile: Requires knowledge and experience in own field. Leverages business knowledge and best practice to improve products or services. Solves complex problems and takes a unique perspective on existing procedures. A self-starter able to work with minimal guidance. Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience. Functional Knowledge: Requires conceptual expertise of theories, practices, and procedures. Business Expertise: Has knowledge of best practices and team integration. Aware of the competition and what differentiates them in the market. Impact: Impacts a range of customer, operational, project, or service activities. Works within broad guidelines and policies. Leadership: Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience. May guide small projects with manageable risks and resource requirements. Problem Solving: Solves complex problems. Takes a new perspective on existing solutions. Exercises judgment based on the review of multiple information sources. Interpersonal Skills: Can clearly explain complex or sensitive information. Works to build consensus within a team.
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